If someone reads this...
I'm just trying to reach Paul with the innocence of a kid that thinks that he or somebody close to him will read this. I develop virtual musical instruments, also called sample libraries, see Wavesfactory dot com. I recently recorded Freddie Mercury's grand piano at Metropolis Studios in London. As a huge Paul's fan I would like to do a series of instruments based on him and his recording studio in Hogg Mill Hill, recording and sampling his instruments there. I would like to make that proposal to him / his team but I tried to reach them via so many sources and none of them worked for now. I'm sure that if I could explain that to him directly he would love the idea, again I may be too innocent. If someone reads this and feels like he/she can be of any help, I would appreciate that so much. Thank you, Jes?s.
hoodatnva last edited by
Whoah you got a tough hill to climb! I've been trying to musical contact with Paul for over 35 years ( 38 ). But I would advise studying two things: vocals, especially the harmonies, and bass playing. He did incredible harmonies with the Beatles --- as well as write many of their most famous songs. Listen closely to the harmonies in "Nowhere Man". They are tight and spot on. Paul's song writing attributes -- well, need I say more. Bass playing -- this some very sophisticated musical talent. If you took Baroque writing or 4 part harmony, you will see just how complex some of these bass lines are. It all came natural to him. With a collection of some 229 original compositions and a bunch more covers, Paul filled in the blanks. Seriously, monstrously good bass playing. Sometimes when a song doesn't have a great hook, you find the hook in Paul's bass. Or his voice. If you can get anywhere, study that little Hoffner and see how he turned nothing into magic.
Nancy R last edited by
Hate to burst your bubble Jesus, but getting Paul's "ear" is next to impossible. Unless one of his inner circle is related to you or a super close friend, you have virtually no chance. Maybe if you were the Jesus, you'd stand a chance! P.S. It's Hog, not Hogg, and hoodatnva, it's Hofner, not Hoffner.